Neo_M660 GPRS Module AT Command Set. Version 3.9

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1 Neo_M660 GPRS Module AT Command Set Version 3.9

2 Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written consent of Shenzhen Neoway Technology Co., Ltd. is the trademark of Shenzhen Neoway Technology Co., Ltd. All other trademarks and trade names mentioned in this document are the property of their respective holders. Notice This document provides guide for users to use the M660. This document is intended for system engineers (SEs), development engineers, and test engineers. The information in this document is subject to change without notice due to product version update or other reasons. Every effort has been made in preparation of this document to ensure accuracy of the contents, but all statements, information, and recommendations in this document do not constitute a warranty of any kind, express or implied. Shenzhen Neoway provides customers complete technical support. If you have any question, please contact your account manager or to the following addresses: Website:http://www.neoway.com.cn Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd i

3 Revision Record Issue Changes Date V3.0 Initial draft V3.1 V3.2 Added the following commands:at+offtime, AT+FCHW, AT+AUDIN, AT+AUDOUT, AT+IFC, AT+RINGTIME, AT+TRANSCLOSE, AT+UDPTRANS, AT+TCPTRANS, and AT+RINGOUT. Deleted the command AT+TRANSCLOSE and use +++ to exit the data mode. Modified the default data format of the AT+DATAFORMAT command. Modified usage description of +++. Modified the description of AT+TCPSEND. Modified the description of AT+TCPLPORT, AT+UDPLPORT, and AT+FTPPUT V3.3 Added the echo suppression command AT+LESL V3.4 Modified the description of the following commands: +++ in the transparent transmission mode, AT+CLOSECLIENT, AT+IPSTATUS, AT+TCPACK, and AT+CLIENTSTATUS. Added the description of the ATO command in the transparent transmission mode and AT+TRABSCLOSE command. Added the description of the AT+REST and AT+CPWROFF commands. V3.5 Added the following commands: AT+TCPACKS, HTTP commands, AT+TCPSRVTRANS?, and ATE1/ATE0. V3.6 Modified the terminal display after the client is connected to the server (transparent/non-transparent transmission) and the description of the AT+TCPLPORT, AT+UDPLPORT, and AT+HANDFEE commands. Added SMTP commands: AT+SMTPSRV, AT+SMTPAUTH, AT+SMTPFROM, AT+SMTPRCPT, AT+SMTPSUB, AT+SMTPBODY, and AT+SMTPSEND. Added the AT+CNUM command to obtain my number and added the following commands: AT+POPSRV, AT+POPAUTH, AT+POPSTAT, AT+POPRSET, AT+POPDELE, AT+POPLIST, AT+POPRETR, and AT+POPQUIT. V3.7 Added ecall commands: AT%EMSD, AT%EMSDSET, AT+CECALL, AT%EMSDPUSH, etc. V3.8 Modified the description of the following commands: AT+TCPSEND, AT+UDPSEND, AT+TCPSENDS, AT+TCPTRANS, AT+UDPTRANS, AT+TCPSRVTRANS, AT+FTPGET, AT+FTPPUT, AT+CSMP, and AT+CSDH. Added the following commands: AT+CSAS, ATQ, ATZ, ATV, and AT&F Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd ii

4 V3.9 Modified the description of the followoing commands: AT+FTPGET, AT+REST, AT+TTSPLAY, AT+CFUN, and AT+SIGNAL. Added AT+PWROFTIMING, AT+PWROFPERIOD, +PWROFTIMING, +PWROFPERIOD, AT+XBANDSEL, AT+JAMMINGDETECT, AT+READADC, AT+SERVINFO, AT$MYBCCH, andat+playtts. Added AT+CIPGSMLOC, AT+REMOTEAT, AT+UPDATETIME,AT&W, and AT+SSTL. Deleted AT+SETCLSMODE Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd iii

5 Contents Boot LOG Instruction General Commands Querying the Manufacturer: +CGMI Querying the Module Model: +CGMM Querying the Version: +CGMR Querying IMEI: +CGSN Querying the IMSI: +CIMI Obtaining the ICCID of the SIM Card: +CCID Mobile Device Control and Status Report Querying the Module Status: +CPAS Querying the Network Registration Status: +CREG Setting Module Functions: +CFUN Enabling or Disabling the Sleep Mode: +ENPWRSAVE Clock: +CCLK Setting the Baudrate of the Module: +IPR Entering the PIN Codes: +CPIN Enabling PIN and Querying MT and Network Device: +CLCK Modifying the Password of the PIN: +CPWD Extended Error Report: +CEER Setting Error Information: +CMEE Setting the Signal Indicator Status: +SIGNAL Enabling the Hardware or Software Flow Control Function: +IFC Enabling & Disabling the Terminal Display: ATE1/ATE Setting the Code Result Suppression Mode: ATQ Setting the Response of the Device: ATV Resetting to the Default Setting: ATZ Saving Settings: AT&W Resetting the Module to Factory Settings: AT&F Reading ADC : +READADC Jamming Detect: +JAMMINGDETECT Network Service Commands Querying Signal Quality: +CSQ Selecting and Registering a GSM Network: +COPS Setting Band: +XBANDSEL Locking BCCH Channel: $MYBCCH Calling Control Commands Setting the Speaker Volume: +CLVL Mute Control: +CMUT Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd iv

6 4.3 Dialing Command: ATD Call Answering: ATA Hanging Up Calls: ATH Caller ID: CLIP Sending DTMF Tone: +VTS Auto-Answer:ATS Handfree Switch: +HANDFREE Starting the DTMF Detection: +DTMFDETECT Setting Echo Suppression Level in the Earphone Mode: +ESL Setting Echo Suppression Level in the Receiver Mode: +HESL Setting Echo Suppression Level of the Loud Speaker Mode: +LESL MIC Volume Control: +MICL Switching the Audio Input Channel: +AUDIN Switching the Audio Output Channel: +AUDIN Setting the Sidetone Level of Voice Channel: +SSTL SMS Commands Selecting SMS Services: CSMS Setting Preferred SMS Storage: +CPMS Setting SMS Inputting Mode: +CMGF Setting the TE Character Set: +CSCS Setting the SMS Indication Mode: +CNMI Reading SMS Messages: +CMGR SMS Message List: +CMGL Sending SMS Messages: +CMGS Writing SMS Messages: +CMGW Sending Stored SMS Messages: +CMSS Deleting SMS Messages: +CMGD Setting the SMS Center Number: +CSCA Setting the s of the Text Mode: +CSMP Displaying the s of the Text Mode: +CSDH Selecting the Type of Cell Broadcast Messages: +CSCB Save Settings: +CSAS Phonebook Commands Selecting Phonebook Storage: +CPBS Reading the Phonebook: +CPBR Querying the Phonebook: +CPBF Writing Information to the Phonebook: +CPBW Reading My Number: +CNUM Supplementary Service Commands Call Forwarding: +CCFC Call Waiting: +CCWA Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd v

7 7.3 Call Holding and Multi-party Session: +CHLD GPRS Commands Setting PDP : CGDCONT Sending USSD Data: +CUSD Switching Data Mode to Command Mode: Switching Command Mode to Data Mode: ATO Setting GPRS Attach and Detach: +CGATT TCP/UDP Data Service Setting Network APN: +NETAPN Setting Up a PPP Link: +XIIC Setting Up TCP link: +TCPSETUP Sending TCP Data: +TCPSEND Receiving TCP Data: +TCPRECV Closing TCP link: +TCPCLOSE Setting Up UDP link: +UDPSETUP Sending UDP Data: +UDPSEND Receiving UDP Data: +UDPRECV Closing UDP link: +UDPCLOSE Querying TCP/UDP Link Status: +IPSTATUS Querying the Status of Data Sent by the TCP Link: +TCPACK Setting Data Receiving Type: +ASCII Setting Data TX/RX Type: +DATAFORMAT Setting Data Receiving Mode: +TRANMODE Setting Local TCP Port: +TCPLPORT Setting Local UDP Port: +UDPLPORT Setting Socket Timeout : +SSTP Setting Up TCP Transparent Transmision Connection: +TCPTRANS Setting Up UDP Transparent Transmission Connection: +UDPTRANS Closing Transparent Transmission Link: +TRANSCLOSE DNS Command Querying the IP Address: +DNS FTP AT Commands Logging In to the FTP Server: +FTPLOGIN Logging Out from the FTP Server: +FTPLOGOUT Downloading Data from the FTP Server: +FTPGET Uploading Data to the FTP Server: +FTPPUT Querying FTP Link Status: +FTPSTATUS TCP Server AT Commands Setting TCP Listening for the Server: +TCPLISTEN Closing the Listening Link: +CLOSELISTEN Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd vi

8 12.3 Closing Connections of the Client: +CLOSECLIENT Receiving Data from the Client: +TCPRECV(S) Sending Data to the Client: +TCPSENDS Querying the Link Status on the Client: +CLIENTSTATUS Obtaining the Local IP Address: +GETIP Setting TCP Listening for the Server of Transparent Transmission: +TCPSRVTRANS Querying the Status of Data Sent by the TCP Server: +TCPACKS HTTP Commands Setting HTTP s: +HTTPPARA Setting Up HTTP Link: +HTTPSETUP Executing HTTP Request: +HTTPACTION Closing HTTP Link: +HTTPCLOSE Receiving HTTP Data: +HTTPRECV HTTP Link Closing: +HTTPCLOSED SMTP Commands Setting s for the SMTP Login Server: +SMTPSRV Setting SMTP Login Account: +SMTPAUTH Setting SMTP Sending s: +SMTPFROM Setting SMTP Receiving s: +SMTPRCPT Entering an Subject: +SMTPSUB Entering Content: +SMTPBODY Sending an +SMTPSEND POP3 Commands Connecting POP3 Server: +POPSRV Using Account to Log In to the box: +POPAUTH Querying the Box Status: +POPSTAT Querying Specified Information: +POPLIST Marking an Deleted: +POPDELE Cancelling All Deleting Marks: +POPRSET Ending the Session: +POPQUIT Reading s: +POPRETR ecall Commands Enabling/Disabling the DSP Monitor: %EMSD Configuring MSD Data: %EMSDSET Initiating an ecall: +CECALL Triggering an MSD Transmission: %EMSDPUSH ecall Indications: ecall Commands Process Recording Commands Setting Buffer Mode for Recording: +RSMODE Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd vii

9 17.2 Starting/Stopping Recording: +RECF Reading Recording Data: +RECR LBS Command Obtaining the Location of the Module: +CIPGSMLOC Other AT Commands Calculating MD5 : +CALMD Calculating CRC32 Verification : +CALCRC Calculating CRC16 Verification : +CALCRC Querying Base Station Information: +POSI Query Server Information: +SERVINFO Opening/Closing Digital Audio Channel: +SETPCM Setting Extra RING Pulses: +EXTRARING Setting the Width of the RING Pulse: +RINGTIME Configuring the Pin Mode of Flow Control by Hardware for UART1: +FCHW Setting the Offtime of the ON/OFF Pin: +OFFTIME Setting Mode and Volume of the Incoming Ring: +RINGOUT Setting the of the Voice Broadcast: +TTSFMT Inputting Broadcast Content Through AT: +TTSPLAY Inputting Broadcast Content Through AT:+PLAYTTS Configuring s of Voice Broadcast: +TTSCFG Resetting the Module: +REST Shutting Down the Module: +CPWROFF Timing On/Off Command: +PWROFTIMING Timing On/Off Command: +PWROFPERIOD Sending AT Command Remotely: +REMOTEAT Updating Time:+UPDATETIME A Reference Process of AT Command Programming A.1 Content of PDU SMS Messages A.2 Flowchart of Sending Text SMS Messages (Through UART) A.3 Flowchart of Sending PDU SMS Messages (Through UART) A.4 Flowchart of AT Commands to Establish TCP Link A.5 Flowchart of Receiving SMS Messages A.6 Flowchart of Sending SMS Messages A.7 Common AT Commands for SMS TX/RX A.8 Flowchart of AT Commands tolog In to the FTP Server Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd viii

10 Boot LOG Instruction After the module is booted, the UART sends the following boot LOG: +EIND: 128 +EUSIM: 0 +STKPCI:0,"D081EE A8611F57305E D53610F0E EAB4EFD8BA48BC10F B673A901A5B9D52A E34EE45E F0A03808D857EA 753F77C3F0F0E CBE54C163A883500F E07EBF97F34E504FF14E5090E80F0E E F510F0A078079FB52A87CBE54C10F0E088079FB52A84F1860E04E13533A0F0 E098079FB52A875355B A10F120A D84254E1A53850F080B808D224FE 1901A0F0A0C D80F0A4D805E BA174060F084F804E0B4E009875" +EIND: 2 +EIND: 1 LOG LOG 1 +EIND: 128 Indicates that the module starts up successfully and can receive AT commands. 2 +EUSIM: 0 Detect the SIM card. 3 +STKPCI:0,"D081EE SIM card information For a China Mobile card, the module returns +EUSIM:0. For a China Unicom 2G card, the module returns +EUSIM:1. When the module does not detect any SIM card, the UART1 returns the following codes: +EIND: 128 +EIND: 2 +EIND: 1 4 +EIND: 2 The phonebook is available. 5 +EIND:1 SMS is available. Users can determine whether the module starts up successfully or not by detecting "+EIND:128". Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 1

11 1 General Commands 1.1 Querying the Manufacturer: +CGMI To query the manufacturer information AT+CGMI<CR> N/A <CR><LF>+CGMI:<manufacturer><CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> AT+CGMI +CGMI:Neoway Corp Ltd N/A 1.2 Querying the Module Model: +CGMM To query the module model AT+CGMM<CR> N/A <CR><LF>+CGMM:<model><CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> AT+CGMM +CGMM:M660 N/A 1.3 Querying the Version: +CGMR To query the software version AT+CGMR<CR> N/A <CR><LF>+CGMR:<version><CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> AT+CGMR Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 2

12 +CGMR:M660_1230_LQS13000_V013 N/A 1.4 Querying IMEI: +CGSN To query the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) of the module AT+CGSN<CR> N/A <CR><LF><IMEI><CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> AT+CGSN The IMEI is a character string of 15 digits. N/A 1.5 Querying the IMSI: +CIMI To query the international mobile subscriber identification (IMSI) AT+CIMI<CR> AT+CIMI?<CR> N/A <CR><LF><IMSI><CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> or <CR><LF>+CIMI: "IMSI"<CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> or <CR><LF>ERROR<CR><LF> Or <CR><LF>+CME ERROR: <err><cr><lf> AT+CIMI Query the IMSI. IMSI: Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 3

13 AT+CIMI? +CIMI: " " Query the IMSI. IMSI: AT+CIMI ERROR AT+CIMI? ERROR AT+CIMI? +CME ERROR: 10 No SIM card is installed, so the module returns ERROR. No SIM card is installed, so the module returns ERROR. After AT+CMEE=1 is set, the module returns +CME ERROR: 10 if no SIM card is installed. IMSI is a character string of 15 digits and starts with 3-bit MCC and 2-bit MNC. It is used to authenticate the SIM card. 1.6 Obtaining the ICCID of the SIM Card: +CCID To obtain the integrated circuit card identifier (ICCID) of the SIM card AT+CCID<CR> N/A <CR><LF>+CCID:<ICCID><CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> Or <CR><LF>ERROR<CR><LF> AT+CCID +CCID: Read command AT+CCID ERROR If no SIM card is installed, ERRORis returned. The ICCID number is a character string of 20 digits. Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 4

14 2 Mobile Device Control and Status Report 2.1 Querying the Module Status: +CPAS To query the work status of the module AT+CPAS<CR> AT+CPAS?<CR> <pas>: 0: ready. The module is ready and is able to execute AT commands. 1: unavailable. The command is not allowed by the module terminal (MT). 2: unknown. The status is unknown. 3: ringing. There is an incoming call and the module is ringing. The module can execute AT commands. 4: call in progress. A call is going on and the module can execute AT commands. 5: asleep. The module is in the sleep mode and not prepared. <CR><LF>+CPAS:<pas><CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> or <CR><LF>+CME ERROR:<err><CR><LF> AT+CPAS +CPAS: 0 AT+CPAS=? +CPAS: (0-5) Query the work status of the module. The module is ready to execute AT commands. To query the value range of the module work status AT+CPAS +CME ERROR:<err> N/A Query the current status of the module. +CME ERROR:<err> is returned. This value is returned only after you set AT+CMEE= Querying the Network Registration Status: +CREG To query the network registration status of the module AT+CREG=[<n>]<CR> AT+CREG?<CR> AT+CREG=?<CR> Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 5

15 <n>: 0: Forbid unsolicited result codes of network registration (default setting). 1: Allow unsolicited result codes of network registration. 2: Allow unsolicited location information (Cell ID, Local ID) of network registration. <CR><LF>+CREG:<n>,<stat>[,<lac>,<ci>[,<Act>]]<CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> Or <CR><LF>ERROR<CR><LF> or <CR><LF>+CME ERROR:<err><CR><LF> <n>: : 0: Forbid unsolicited result codes of network registration (default setting). 1: Allow unsolicited result codes of network registration. 2: Allow unsolicited location information (Cell ID, Local ID) of network registration. <stat>: : 0: Unregistered. The device is not searching for new carriers. 1: Registered the local network 2: Unregistered. The device is searching for base stations. 3: The registration is rejected. 4. Unknown code 5: Registered, roaming <lac>:string type; two-byte location area code in hexadecimal format <ci>:string type; two-byte cell ID in hexadecimal format <Act>: 0: GSM 2: UTRAN 3: GSM w/egprs AT+CREG=1 AT+CREG? +CREG: 0,1 Allow the module to provide unsolicited network registration code. Query the network registration status of the module. AT+CREG=? +CREG: (0-2) Query the value range of the network registration status. AT+CMEE=1 Set AT+CMEE=1 (or run Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 6

16 AT+CREG=5 ERROR AT+CMEE=1 AT+CREG=5 +CME ERROR: 100 AT+CMEE without parameter) after a SIM card is installed. Send the AT+CREG=5 command and ERROR is returned. Set AT+CMEE=1 after a SIM card is installed. Send the AT+CREG=5 command and ERROR is returned. N/A 2.3 Setting Module Functions: +CFUN To select the functions of the module by setting <fun> <fun> supports only a few values. AT+CFUN=[<fun>[,<rst>]]<CR> AT+CFUN?<CR> AT+CFUN=?<CR> <fun>: 1: All functions (Default) 4: Turn off the RF transmit and receive circuit of the module (flight mode). 0: Turn off the radio an SIM power (minimum functions). <rst>: 0: Do not reset the MT before setting it to <fun> power level. 1: Reset the MT before setting it to <fun> power level <CR><LF>+CFUN:(list of supported <fun>s), (list of supported <rst>s)<cr><lf> <CR><LF><CR><LF> or <CR><LF>+CME ERROR:<err><CR><LF> Or <CR><LF>ERROR<CR><LF> AT+CFUN=1 AT+CFUN? +CFUN: 1 Set the module to work with all functions. Query the current functions. All functions are turned on. AT+CFUN=? +CFUN: (0,1,4),(0,1) Query the range of the parameter value. Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 7

17 AT+CMEE=1 AT+CFUN ERROR AT+CMEE=1 AT+CFUN +CME ERROR: 100 Set AT+CMEE=1 after a SIM card is installed. Send the AT+CFUN command and ERROR is returned. No SIM card is installed and set AT+CMEE=1. Send the AT+CFUN command and ERROR is returned. The setting of this command is not saved after the module is powered off. 2.4 Enabling or Disabling the Sleep Mode: +ENPWRSAVE To enable or disable the sleep mode AT+ENPWRSAVE=<n><CR> AT+ENPWRSAVE?<CR> <n>: 0: Disable the sleep mode. 1: Enable the sleep mode (The module enters the sleep mode when the DTR signal is at low level and exits from the sleep mode at high level). 2: Enable the sleep mode (The module enters the sleep mode when the DTR signal is at high level and exits from the sleep mode at low level). See the. AT+ENPWRSAVE=1 AT+ENPWRSAVE? +ENPWRSAVE: 1 Enable the sleep mode of the module. Query the enabling status of the sleep mode of the module. The setting of the parameter <n> will not be saved after the module is powered off. The DTR signal of the module is at high level by default. After the sleep mode is enabled and the DTR signal is at low (or high) level, the module can enter the sleep mode only when all circuits of the module allows the sleep mode. The DTR signal drive can wake the module up at high (low) level. 2.5 Clock: +CCLK To set and query the real-time clock Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 8

18 AT+CCLK=<time><CR> AT+CCLK?<CR> < time >:Character string in format of "YY/MM/DD,hh:mm:ss+TZ". TZ: Two digits, indicating the time lag between the local time and the GMT time. This information is optional because it can be displayed only when the network supports it. A pair of quotation marks ("") is a must. See the. AT+CCLK="11/10/14,09:30:16" AT+CCLK="11/10/14,09:30:" ERROR AT+CCLK? +CCLK: "11/10/14,09:32:04" Set the real-time clock of the module. Command format is incorrect. Query the setting of the real-time clock. The settings will not be saved after the module is powered off. 2.6 Setting the Baudrate of the Module: +IPR To set the baudrate of the module AT+IPR=<baud rate><cr> AT+IPR?<CR> AT+IPR=?<CR> <baud rate>:the value can be:300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400, 19200, 38400, 57600, , , , and See the. AT+IPR= AT+IPR=100 ERROR AT+IPR? +IPR: Set the baudrate of the module to Set the baudrate to 100 that is not a valid value. ERROR is returned. Query the current baudrate of the module. Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 9

19 AT+IPR=? +IPR: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400, 19200, 38400, 57600, , , , Query the valid baudrate range of the module. The default baudrate is The settingsby this command will be saved after the module is powered off. 2.7 Entering the PIN Codes: +CPIN To query the PIN status and enter the PIN codes AT+CPIN=<pin>[,<newpin>]<CR> AT+CPIN=<PUK>,<PIN><CR> AT+CPIN?<CR> <pin>, <newpin>:string type with a pair of quotation marks ("") <PUK>: PUK code of the SIM card <PIN>: PIN code of the SIM card <CR><LF>+CPIN:<code><CR><LF> <CR><LF><CR><LF> <code>: READY: No password SIM PIN: Enter PIN code. SIM PUK: Enter PUK code. SIM PIN2: Enter PIN2 code. SIM PUK2: Enter PUK2 code. AT+CPIN? +CPIN:READY Query the PIN code status of the module. AT+CPIN? ERROR AT+CPIN? +CPIN: SIM PIN No SIM card is installed. PIN code is required. AT+CPIN="1245" ERROR PIN code is incorrect. Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 10

20 AT+CPIN="1234" AT+CPIN? +CPIN: SIM PUK The input PIN code is correct. PUK code is required. AT+CPIN=" ","0000" " ": Correct PUK code "0000": New PIN code To enter PIN code, you must lock the current SIM card (running AT+CLCK="SC",1,"1234") and then restart the module. After correct PIN code is input, the module will return code indicating that the initialization is completed. AT+CPIN="1234" +STKPCI: 0,"D081B B80795E5DDE884C F0A01808F7B677 E95EE50198F0A028077ED4FE17FA453D18F0A B063A883508F0A04804 E1A52A17CBE90098F E07EBF97F34E504FF14E5090E88F0E E F518F D224FE1901A8F0E088079FB52A84F1860E04E13533 A8F0E098079FB52A875355B A18F120A D84254E1 A53858F0E0B D53614FE1606F" +EIND: 2 +EIND: 1 If you enter wrong PIN code for three times, you must enter PUK to unlock. 2.8 Enabling PIN and Querying MT and Network Device: +CLCK To lock, unlock or interrogate an ME or a network facility AT+CLCK=<fac>,<mode>[,<passwd>[,<class>]]<CR> AT+CLCK=?<CR> <fac>: A pair of quotation marks is a must for the value. "OI": Outgoing international calls "AI": All incoming calls "IR": Incoming calls when roaming outside the home country "SC": SIM card "AO": All outgoing calls "OX": All outgoing international calls except to the home country "AB": All barring services "AG": All outgoing barring services Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 11

21 "AC": All incoming barring services "FD": SIM fixed dialing memory feature "PS": PH-SIM (lock Phone to SIM card) "PN": Network authentication "PU": Network subsystem authentication PP: Service provider authentication "PC": Corporate authentication <mode>: 0: Unlock 1: Lock 2: Query the status <status>: 0: not active 1: active <passwd>: Password or code, string type. A pair of quotation marks is a must for the value. <classx>: 1: Voice service 2: Data service 4: Fax service 8: SMS 16: Synchronous data service 32: Asynchronous data service 64: Dedicated packet access 128: Dedicated PAD access When <mode>=2 and command successful: <CR><LF>+CLCK:<status> [, <class1> [<CR><LF>+CLCK:<status>, <class2> [...]]<CR><LF> AT+CLCK="SC",2 +CLCK: 0 AT+CLCK=? +CLCK:("PF","SC","AO","OI","OX","AI", "IR", "AB","AG","AC","FD","PN","PU","PP", "PC") Query the network information related to the module. AT+CLCK="SC",1,"1234" AT+CLCK="SC",0,"1234" Lock the current SIM card. "1234" is the PIN code of current SIM card. Unlock the current SIM card. "1234" is the Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 12

22 PIN code of current SIM card. The settings of this command take effect after the module is restarted. 2.9 Modifying the Password of the PIN: +CPWD To modify the password of the lock function of the module AT+CPWD=<fac>,<oldpwd>,<newpwd><CR> AT+CPWD=?<CR> <fac>:a pair of quotation marks is a must for the value. "P2":SIM PIN2 "OI": Outgoing international calls "AI": All incoming calls "IR": Incoming calls when roaming outside the homing place "SC": SIM card "AO": All outgoing calls "OX": All outgoing international calls except to the home country "AB": All calling services "AG": All outgoing call services "AC": All incoming call services "FD": Fixed dialing of the SIM card "PN": Network authentication "PU": Network subsystem authentication "PP": Service provider authentication "PC": Corporate authentication <oldpwd>:old password or code, string type. A pair of quotation marks is a must for the value. <newpwd>:new password or code, string type. A pair of quotation marks is a must for the value. <CR><LF>+CPWD:list of supported (<fac>,<pwdlength>)s<cr><lf> <CR><LF>+CME ERROR:<err><CR><LF> AT+CPWD=? +CPWD:("SC",8),("P2",8),("AO",4),("OI", 4), ("OX",4),("AI",4),("IR",4),("AB",4), ("AG",4),("AC",4) Query the service range of the PIN password allowed by the module. AT+CPWD="SC","1234","0000" Modify the PIN code of the current SIM card. "1234" is the old PIN code and "0000" is the new PIN code. Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 13

23 AT+CPWD=SC,1234,0000 ERROR The command format is incorrect. A pair of quotation marks ("") is required for each parameter. To modify the PIN code, you must lock the SIM card (running AT+CLCK="SC",1,"1234") Extended Error Report: +CEER To return text information <report> of one line or multiple lines (determined by the ME manufacturers) AT+CEER<CR> N/A <CR><LF>+CEER:<cause>, <report><cr><lf> <CR><LF><CR><LF> <cause>:cause value listed in GSM annex H. <report>: The ME manufacturer provides the extended report about the following error causes: Failure of the latest call (initiate or answer) or modification during the call Release of the latest call The latest GPRS attach failure or PDP context activation The latest GPRS detach or PDP context deactivation AT+CEER +CEER:0, NONE Execute the ERROR report command. AT+CEER +CEER: 16, CM_NORMAL_CALL_CLR AT+CEER +CEER: 31, CM_NORMAL_UNSPECIFIED AT+CEER +CEER: 17, CM_USER_BUSY The module initializes a call and ends the call manually after the recipient rings. The module initializes a call and ends the call automatically since the recipient does not answer the call. The module initializes a call and the recipient refuses the call manually. N/A Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 14

24 2.11 Setting Error Information: +CMEE To enable or disable the +CME ERROR:<err> result code AT+CMEE=[<n>]<CR> AT+CMEE?<CR> AT+CMEE=?<CR> <n>: 0: Disable the +CME ERROR:<err> result codeanddisplay ERROR. (default) 1: Enable the +CME ERROR:<err> result code and use the numeric <err> value. 2: Enable the +CME ERROR:<err> result code and use verbose <err> values. See the. AT+CMEE=1 AT+CMEE? +CMEE: 1 Enable the result code in digit format. Query the status of the current result code. AT+CMEE=? +CMEE: (0-2) Query the status range of error code. The setting of the parameter in this command is not saved after the modules is powered off. It is recommended that you set AT+CMEE=2 during commissioning Setting the Signal Indicator Status: +SIGNAL To set the different blinking status of the signal indicator AT+SIGNAL=<value><CR> AT+SIGNAL?<CR> AT+SIGNAL=?<CR> <value>:integers, ranging from 0 to 5(Software V016 and later versions support value range 0 to 6) 0: Blink once every second in normal situation. Being off or on if any abnormality occurs. 1: Blink once every second after the module is connected to the GPRS data service. Being off in any other situations. 2: Flash and blink. Flash every 250 ms for the GPRS data service and blink every second in other normal situations. 3: Be on after the GPRS data service is connected and blink every second in other Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 15

25 situations. 4: Being on after the GPRS data service is connected and being off in other situations. 5: Being off if the SIM card cannot be detected after the module is powered on, blinking every second if the SIM card is detected, and being on after the GPRS data service is connected. 6: Four indicator states (supported by V016 and later versions): If no SIM card is installed or the SIM card does not register network, the indicator blinks every one second and is on for 0.1 second. If the SIM card registered network, the indicator blinks every three second and is on for 0.1 second. If the GPRS data service is enabled, the indicator blinks every 125 ms and is on for 0.1 second. The indicator is always on during a call. See the. AT+SIGNAL? +SIGNAL: 2 The current signal indicator status is 2. AT+SIGNAL=3 AT+SIGNAL=7 ERROR AT+SIGNAL=? +SIGNAL: (0-5) Set current signal indicator status to 3. The parameter is set to an incorrect value. The available value of the signal indicator status ranges from 0 to 5. (Software V016 and later versions support value range 0 to -6) The default status setting is 2. The settingsby this command will be saved after the module is powered off Enabling the Hardware or Software Flow Control Function: +IFC To enable the hardware or software flow control function AT+IFC=<n1>,<n2><CR> AT+IFC=?<CR> AT+IFC?<CR> <n1>:value ranges from 0 to 2. <n2>:value ranges from 0 to 2. Copyright Neoway Technology Co., Ltd 16

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